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. in our thoughts, in our words, in our attitudes, actions and behaviors, not only before others, but before you, that we may look to you for better days ahead. and that we may fulfill your purpose for us on this earth. for we pray all of this in the name of our precious lord and savior, jesus. amen. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> in the name of god, the compassionate and the merciful, the muslim community at the al hedaya muslim center in newtown, connecticut, and throughout the nation, joins with our fellow americans grieving for those who died in this senseless tragedy. and praying for them and their families. we ask god to ask those lost a special place in paradise, and we ask their families to be granted the strength to endure the unendurable. it is in such times of almost unbearable loss that we seek the comfort with our creator and that artificial divisions of faith fall away to reveal a nation of mothers and fathers, brothers and sisters, sons and daughters all united in a desire to bring healing and renewed hope. the koran, islam's revealed text, tells us that god's mercy and compassion
and perhaps have more congressional involvement for certain actions like drone strikes. it might mean it will have to charge some of the people in guantanamo and try them in military or civilian courts. but is all this bad? so have we reached a point where we might consider shifting from emergency wartime powers? well, a new report is out this week, a new global terrorism index. it goes from 2002 to 2011. it shows that terrorism went up from '02 to '07 largely because of the conflicts in afghanistan, pakistan, and iraq, but has been declining ever since. and surveying the situation by region, the report finds that the part of the world with the fewest incidents of terrorism has been north america. for more on this, readmy columbia in "the washington post." there's a link to it on the web side. cnn.com/fareed. let's get started. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> he was centrally involved in historic bipartisan deals to reform our tax system, our immigration system, social security. james baker was ronald reagan's most important lieutenant. so who better to tell us how to get a
to have to take meaningful action to prevent more tragedies like this from happening, regardless of politics. >> but that will be a tough sell for some gun control opponents. >> the simple facts are, guns exist. they are especially 1800 technology. they're easy to make, they're not going anywhere. they last several human lifetimes with minimal maintenance. so, since guns exist and we know, for a fact, that the only way to stop an evil person like the person you were discussing earlier in the show is to shoot him. >> joining us now from the time warner center in new york democratic representative jerry nadler of new york who says the time for more strict gun control is right now. congressman, thanks very much for coming in. when the president says we need "meaningful action right now" what do you want him to do? >> well, i want the president to take the leadership and use the bully pulpit of the presidency to lead a crusade for meaningful and strong gun control legislation. you know, the united states -- and he's the only one that can do it, really. we know gun lobby has strong su
undertaking a unilateral action inside pakistan to go after osama bin laden. so all those risks were on the table and had to be considered by the president and the principals who made their recommendation. there was a lot of history present in the room, secretary gates. there was a national security aide during desert one. i was a young aid to president carter. vice president biden was in the senate. it was clearly on people's minds. also what was in the room, it's interesting, was one of the aspects that came out of desert one and that was the formation of a unified special operation forces command, the very troops, the forces here that would carry out this operation that had become such a unique asset of the united states. >> the president made one decision informed it seems to me like that history, which is he asked for two backup helicopters. >> the president asked for enough assets to ensure that the united states on its own could get in and could get out of the abbottabad compound. >> so now take uso that moment or was it a series of meetings what we now know is that vice presi
need specific plans and actions to improve safety for our children and our schools before they are expected to return to school. we feel we could be -- we could better ensure our children's safety placing a permanent police officer in each of our schools in newtown so they will know someone is there for the purpose of protecting their school. they need to feel safe and to be safe, be in capital letters, be safe as safe as possible. but equally important, are actions too. once and for all, find ways to make these acts nearly impossible to carry out in the future. these are the only ways that this tragedy can lead to anything positive. it is our responsibility to do this for these victims and for all of us. sincerely. so thank you, ladies, for that and i think the entire country hear your words right now. i want to bring in clinical psychologist dr. jeff garrdeer, it's hard to tell women like i spoke to not to worry, not to worry about sending their kids to school in the future. fear may be a constant for them now. how do we ease their worries in this moment? >> >> well firs
to the pakistani relationship. we were undertaking university lateral action to go after osama bin laden in pakistan. those risks had to be considered by the president. i will tell you this in line with your question. there was a lot of history present in the room. secretary gates. there was a national security aide during desert one. i was an aide to carter. vice president biden was in the senate at the time of the desert one operation. it was clearly on people's minds. also in the room was one of the aspects that came out of desert one and that was the formation of a unified special operations forces command. the troops, the forces that would carry out the operation, that had become such a unique asset of the united states. >> the president made one decision, informed, it seems to me by the history. he asked for two backup helicopters. >> the president asked for enough assets to ensure that the united states, on its own, could get in and could get out of the abbottabad compound. >> now take us to the moment or was it a series of meetings where we now know vice president biden voiced re
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